Data Recovery Tools That Work With NVDA


Luke Davis
 

Hello all

On another list, a discussion about data recovery has come up, and lead me to wonder if there are any data recovery tools that are known to work with NVDA?

I don't want to be too specific about the kinds of data recovery, to keep the question open enough to attract a variety of answers.

That said, here are two examples:

1. A folder accidentally shift-deleted from a hard drive.
2. Software that records audio to a USB stick in .wav format, but doesn't write the file length header until after the recording is done. If that software (or its host, like a Behringer X32 or Midas M32) is shut down while still recording, the data is still on the stick, but shows a zero file size because the length bytes were never added to the filesystem.

Either of those can, in theory, be resolved by appropriate data recovery and forensics software. But which such software might be accessible with NVDA?

As a side note: the person on the list is dealing with problem 1 I mentioned, and I am dealing with problem 2.

Luke


Jaffar Sidek <jaffar.sidek10@...>
 

There is Recuva.  It is not freeware though, but it is inexpensive and can be used with NVDA quite effectively.  In fact, it is the same company that brings us CCleaner.  Here's the link

https://www.ccleaner.com/recuva

On 8/31/2019 11:21 AM, Luke Davis wrote:
Hello all

On another list, a discussion about data recovery has come up, and lead me to wonder if there are any data recovery tools that are known to work with NVDA?

I don't want to be too specific about the kinds of data recovery, to keep the question open enough to attract a variety of answers.

That said, here are two examples:

1. A folder accidentally shift-deleted from a hard drive.
2. Software that records audio to a USB stick in .wav format, but doesn't write the file length header until after the recording is done. If that software (or its host, like a Behringer X32 or Midas M32) is shut down while still recording, the data is still on the stick, but shows a zero file size because the length bytes were never added to the filesystem.

Either of those can, in theory, be resolved by appropriate data recovery and forensics software. But which such software might be accessible with NVDA?

As a side note: the person on the list is dealing with problem 1 I mentioned, and I am dealing with problem 2.

Luke



Jarek.Krcmar
 

Hi all,

You can select between free and unfree version of Recuva.

Recuva is also free.


Jarek

Dne 31.08.2019 v 5:57 Jaffar Sidek napsal(a):

There is Recuva.  It is not freeware though, but it is inexpensive and can be used with NVDA quite effectively.  In fact, it is the same company that brings us CCleaner.  Here's the link

https://www.ccleaner.com/recuva

On 8/31/2019 11:21 AM, Luke Davis wrote:
Hello all

On another list, a discussion about data recovery has come up, and lead me to wonder if there are any data recovery tools that are known to work with NVDA?

I don't want to be too specific about the kinds of data recovery, to keep the question open enough to attract a variety of answers.

That said, here are two examples:

1. A folder accidentally shift-deleted from a hard drive.
2. Software that records audio to a USB stick in .wav format, but doesn't write the file length header until after the recording is done. If that software (or its host, like a Behringer X32 or Midas M32) is shut down while still recording, the data is still on the stick, but shows a zero file size because the length bytes were never added to the filesystem.

Either of those can, in theory, be resolved by appropriate data recovery and forensics software. But which such software might be accessible with NVDA?

As a side note: the person on the list is dealing with problem 1 I mentioned, and I am dealing with problem 2.

Luke




Jarek.Krcmar
 

Hello again,

You can also visit webpage:

www.iobit.com

and there you can download iobit tools.

One of a tool is tool undelete data.

You must use just the tool, that is working in Nvda.

All tools are working in Nvda.


Jarek

Dne 31.08.2019 v 10:02 Jarek.Krcmar napsal(a):

Hi all,

You can select between free and unfree version of Recuva.

Recuva is also free.


Jarek

Dne 31.08.2019 v 5:57 Jaffar Sidek napsal(a):
There is Recuva.  It is not freeware though, but it is inexpensive and can be used with NVDA quite effectively.  In fact, it is the same company that brings us CCleaner.  Here's the link

https://www.ccleaner.com/recuva

On 8/31/2019 11:21 AM, Luke Davis wrote:
Hello all

On another list, a discussion about data recovery has come up, and lead me to wonder if there are any data recovery tools that are known to work with NVDA?

I don't want to be too specific about the kinds of data recovery, to keep the question open enough to attract a variety of answers.

That said, here are two examples:

1. A folder accidentally shift-deleted from a hard drive.
2. Software that records audio to a USB stick in .wav format, but doesn't write the file length header until after the recording is done. If that software (or its host, like a Behringer X32 or Midas M32) is shut down while still recording, the data is still on the stick, but shows a zero file size because the length bytes were never added to the filesystem.

Either of those can, in theory, be resolved by appropriate data recovery and forensics software. But which such software might be accessible with NVDA?

As a side note: the person on the list is dealing with problem 1 I mentioned, and I am dealing with problem 2.

Luke





Tony Ballou
 

For the first issue try using recuva from periform.com

Tony’s

from my iPhone

On Aug 30, 2019, at 11:21 PM, Luke Davis <luke@newanswertech.com> wrote:

Hello all

On another list, a discussion about data recovery has come up, and lead me to wonder if there are any data recovery tools that are known to work with NVDA?

I don't want to be too specific about the kinds of data recovery, to keep the question open enough to attract a variety of answers.

That said, here are two examples:

1. A folder accidentally shift-deleted from a hard drive.
2. Software that records audio to a USB stick in .wav format, but doesn't write the file length header until after the recording is done. If that software (or its host, like a Behringer X32 or Midas M32) is shut down while still recording, the data is still on the stick, but shows a zero file size because the length bytes were never added to the filesystem.

Either of those can, in theory, be resolved by appropriate data recovery and forensics software. But which such software might be accessible with NVDA?

As a side note: the person on the list is dealing with problem 1 I mentioned, and I am dealing with problem 2.

Luke